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****Official Texas vs Oklahoma Weekend Baseball Thread***

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Here's your lineup for Friday.  Interesting move using Elder as the starter. 

Jameson will be popping in, and I'll be doing PBP on Twitter with some posts here.  If you would like to keep things updated here, feel free to.

 

HookEm

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Horns get a single from Hibbeler in T1, but can't do anything with it

 

OU gets a 2-out walk, then Murray grounds out to Hamilton to end the 1st frame

 

Scoreless headed T2

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Ham gets a 1-out single but the OU SS makes a very nice ranging play away from 2B on a grounder from Reynolds to turn a 6-4-3 DP to end it

 

Headed B4, Horns trail 2-1

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T5

DJ squares one up and drills it, it goes over the fence and the wind brings it back into play.  Ugh

McKenzie gets a 2 out single but that's it

 

Headed B5, Horns trail 3-1

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T6

 

Kody pops a dinger over RF fence to close the gap to 4-2

 

Hamilton gets a 2-out rainmaker pop fly hit to short LCF, and the Sooners can't find the ball in the haze.  Ham charts a double off that. 

 

Reynolds 6-3 ends the frame.

 

Headed B6, Horns trail 4-2

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B6

Again the Horns allow a leadoff man to get on.

He advances to 3B on a WP and is plated on an RBI single

DP and a 6-3 end the frame

 

Thru 6, Horns trail 5-2

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B7

Texas cannot get out of its own way.  Again puts the leadoff on with a walk, to 2B with a balk, is plated with a 2-out RBI single into RF.

A single into LF and that's it for Fields

 

Parker Joe to the bump

 

Horns trail 6-3

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